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Which K-Swiss Tennis Shoe is Right for You?

May 20th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Shoe Reviews

When looking for a tennis shoe, it can be difficult to know which brand you will like. But true tennis players often identify with K-Swiss tennis shoes, which have been a staple in tennis footwear and apparel for the last few decades. K-Swiss has always taken the approach of making high quality tennis shoes that not only look good on the outside, but feel good on the inside and ensure the maximum performance…

 

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Our Thoughts on the New Babolat SFX Tennis Shoes

May 18th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Shoe Reviews

The newest and most exciting brand to jump into the competitive market of tennis shoes is Babolat, and their new SFX shoe is their newest in a line that is growing in popularity. Babolat SFX tennis shoes may not have the straps and other bells and whistles of the Propulse series, but it is still a very high performing shoe that has gotten great feedback in its short time on the market. The shoe is available for both men and women, and comes in blue or white for men, or just white for…

 

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What You Need to Know About Tennis Net Posts

May 2nd, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

When installing a tennis court, many people consider the net, fences, court surface, even the drawn on lines, but the tennis net post is the most crucial aspect of putting together a tennis court. Without a sturdy base and even alignment, the net can sag or be pulled too tight, changing the dynamics of a court to be unplayable. Unless you’re playing at Wimbledon…

 

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Showing Your Tennis Racquet The “Love” It Deserves

May 1st, 2012 by Courtney

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews, Tennis How To, Tennis Lifestyle

When you hear the world “love” on the tennis court you can only hope that it is referring to your competitor`s score rather than your own, but there is another “love” that tennis players sometimes forget about… love for your tennis racquet! Unlike the old wooden tennis racquets…

 

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Are You In The Market For a Tennis Stringing Machine?

April 30th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Court Equipment Reviews

If you play tennis frequently, and hit the ball hard, chances are you have broken a string or at least had to replace a set of strings sometime in your lifetime. Playing with a broken or malfunctioning set of strings can make tennis unbearable, so you need to get them replaced. To do that, you need a tennis stringing machine, which you will probably see at your local tennis club or shop. Just like lacing up your shoes…

 

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Which Wilson BLX is Right for You?

April 29th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews

The Wilson BLX line of racquets is the most technologically advanced to date, and that is because of the use of Basalt.  If you don’t know what basalt is, it’s a volcanic rock that provides a material that is excellent with shock absorption, and is also great with giving feedback on your shot, meaning you can feel the ball off your racquet in the best way possible.  This may seem like a drastic shift…

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What makes a tennis racquet a tennis racquet?

April 27th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Racquet Reviews

There is a reason you can’t play competitively with a racquetball or squash racquet, so I’m going to tell you the features of the racquet that make it specifically for tennis. First off, is the length; all racquets are 27 inches long, with the few exceptions being plus size racquets, which can reach up to 27.5 inches. The main components of that length are the head…

 

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What Is Your Tennis Grip?

April 27th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Grip Reviews

One of the most overlooked aspects of a tennis racquet is the grip, because when most people think about a racquet, head size, weight, balance, and price come to mind. However, playing with the wrong type of tennis grip can make or break your game. Keep in mind there are two types of tennis grip: the replacement grip is the one that comes already on the racquet, and if removed, reveals bare wood or plastic depending on the material of…

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What Tennis Backpacks Offer That Regular Backpacks Do Not

February 26th, 2012 by Andy

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Bag Reviews

When talking about tennis equipment, most people think of racquets, shoes, and balls. But what do you use to carry all that equipment to and from the court? There are several different tennis backpacks available now, of different shapes, sizes, and functions to meet your needs. The main reason normal backpacks do not work so well for tennis equipment is…

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Tennis Bags for Women Make a Charitable Impact

February 25th, 2012 by Belinda Callin

filed in Tennis Product Reviews, Tennis Bag Reviews

Stylish tennis bags for women have become quite a trend and more elegant and creative designs are coming out every season. Style and fashion (and looking fabulous) make women feel great, but helping others while doing it makes us feel even better. There are several great companies that…

 

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